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The Hunger Games Group Project

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Lindsey Buras Chapter 1
Forms of communication:
Interpersonal-
involves not just the number of people, but the quality of communication- you treat others as a unique human being
Public
- when a speaker addresses an audience in person
Small group
- group of people interact with a common purpose
Intrapersonal
- communication with yourself
Lindsey Buras Chapter 2
Self Concept
- a person's subjective description of who he or she is
3 things which reflect a person's self concept:
attitude

beliefs
values
Chapter 1
The Hunger Games was a very intense movie that involved impersonal and interpersonal communications, as well as public communications. Before the hunger games began, there was a public rally held to show the tributes that would be participating. There was also a rally held to show the actual hunger games in action. The point of the hunger games , was for tributes to kill those in different districts, until there were only two tributes left (the winners). Although Katniss and Rue were from two different districts, they passed synchronous messages. They began to care for one another, and created an interpersonal relationship. Those in favor of the hunger games formed an impersonal relationship with the tributes. From the excitement on the hosts and favorable viewers faces, it was clear that they were not other-oriented. The favorable viewers did not care about the citizens losing their lives, because there was no emotional attachment. The hunger games was based on the media richness theory; it was all about the viewers watching humans hunt one another. The hunger games was a big deal, because thousands of people were watching. -Elondria Young
Before the actual hunger games began, there was a selection process. In the selection process, citizens of the districts were picked and entered into the games. During the process, citizens of the districts were disgusted and angry at the whole idea. Some citizens developed attitudes towards the staff, and began to fight them. The attitude that was developed was a learned behavior because they did not hate them when they were first born. The citizens of the districts developed neuroticism personality traits. They were nervous, insecure, emotionally distressed, and angry when the names for the games were being picked. The social learning theory suggest that we can learn how to adapt and adjust our behavior towards others. Rue and Katniss' relationship is a prime example of the social learning theory. Although they were from two different districts, they learned to adapt to one another and became a team (until Rue was killed). Face work can be negative or positive. Katniss' sister was originally selected for he hunger games, but Katniss took her place; this created positive face. Katniss created a positive image to others -Elondria Young
Xueyi Li Chapter 1
Mass Communcation
: Hunger Games practices a lot of mass communication because the movie centers around a totalitarian nation with a dictator who communicates to many districts though TV or radio communication. The listeners have no opportunity to respond to the speaker.
The Hunger Games Group Project
Brittany
Postell Elondria
Young
Emilce
Flores Lindsey
Buras
Xueiy Li

The Hunger Games was a very intense movie that involved impersonal and interpersonal communications, as well as public communications. Before the hunger games began, there was a public rally held to pick and introduce the tributes that would be participating. There was also a public rally held to show the actual hunger games in action. The point of the hunger games, was for tributes were to kill those in different districts, until there were only two people left (the winners) . Although Katniss and Rue were from two different districts, they passed synchronous messages. They began to care for one another, and created an interpersonal relationship. Those in favor of the hunger games formed an impersonal relationship with the tributes, because they did not treat them as the human they were; they did not bother to take the time out to get to know the tributes. From the excitement on the hosts and favorable viewers faces, it is clear that they were not other-oriented. The favorable viewers did not care about citizens losing their lives, because there was no emotional attachment. The hunger Games was based on the media richness theory; it was all about the viewers watching humans hunt one another. The hunger Games was a big thing, because thousands of people were watching.

Chapter 1

The Hunger Games was a very intense movie that involved impersonal and interpersonal communications, as well as public communications. Before the hunger games began, there was a public rally held to pick and introduce the tributes that would be participating. There was also a public rally held to show the actual hunger games in action. The point of the hunger games, was for tributes were to kill those in different districts, until there were only two people left (the winners) . Although Katniss and Rue were from two different districts, they passed synchronous messages. They began to care for one another, and created an interpersonal relationship. Those in favor of the hunger games formed an impersonal relationship with the tributes, because they did not treat them as the human they were; they did not bother to take the time out to get to know the tributes. From the excitement on the hosts and favorable viewers faces, it is clear that they were not other-oriented. The favorable viewers did not care about citizens losing their lives, because there was no emotional attachment. The hunger Games was based on the media richness theory; it was all about the viewers watching humans hunt one another. The hunger Games was a big thing, because thousands of people were watching.

Chapter 1

Improved relationships with colleagues:
Documents show the importance of interpersonal relationships in contributing to success. Hunger Games displays people practicing great interpersonal relationships because the 12 district members must rely on each other to survive these hunger game events.
Chapter 2
Xueyi Li Chapter 2
Attitudes Beliefs, and values:
are learned and constructed that shape your image. Hunger Games nation Panem ruler did everything he could to construct and shape the attitudes, beliefs, and values of his nation. He needed to control there attitudes to have more control over the people to stay in power.
Symbolic self awarness:
The ability to use symbols to represent ourselves to thers. In hunger games Mockingjays proves that the Capitol is not infallible and also represents a hope for freedom, and is a symbol of revolution. Katniss wearing her Mockingjay pin is so important, which is a symbol of revolution.
The Hunger Games is a great example of Interpersonal communication as described in chapter 1. Interpersonal communication
is described as a distinct form of transactional human communication usually for the purpose of managing relationships. The
Hunger Games is a nationally viewed event where two people (Tributes), from each district, male and female are drafted to race and fight to the death
and only one district can win.This entire movie/series demonstrates being other-oriented, Mass communication, Metacommunication, verbal and non verbal
communication, virtual communication or as in the book electronic communication and also relationship dimension. The
Mockingjay alone demonstrates symbols. This movie heavily demonstrates other-oriented. From the beginning of the movie/series
Katniss volunteers herself for the hunger games in attempt to protect her younger sister and ends up not only trying to
protect her family but also the other families and tributes of all the districts.
Impersonal communication was also highly exemplified in the orchestration of the selection of the tributes (male and female selected for the games). The creator of the game has the ability to add or subtract anything from the game to manipulate the game for self or entertainment, giving the example of treating the tributes not as humans but as objects.
Brittany P Ch 1
Emilce Flores Chapter 1
Impersonal Communication
-Volunteers going before the game makers to show their best skills
Other Oriented
-Peeta getting in the way of the other tributes while they are trying to kill Katniss
Emilce Flores Chapter 2

Learned Behavior & Attitude
- the riots and uprising in District 11 after Rue's death
Social Learning & Self Awareness
- Katniss sees the differences in people from the Capitol

Brittany P. Ch 2
Chapter 2 goes more in detail of Interpersonal communication and self. What we can gather from The Hunger Games is that Katniss demonstrates mindfulness, using visualization, re-framing and responsiveness which all connects back to what we discussed in chapter 1 on being other oriented. Going in to the game as Katniss volunteers herself in place of her sister, her mindset was most likely to just protect her sister. Immediately Katniss was mindful or consciously considered that her sister may have not been prepared to handle the games and would possible not make it out alive. We can also gather that Katniss did not have a plan for her own protection, however once in the game, after many errors of course visualized a plan and saw to re-framing her outlook from surviving to attempting to end the game. Katniss had became very responsive to the curve balls thrown, responsive to her behavior so that she may receive help from sponsors and also to the environment of the game and it glitches, using her skills and instincts against the game.
Lindsey Buras
Chapter 3
Selecting
: the first and most complex stage of interpersonal perception.
Selective
perception
Selective
attention
Selective
exposure
Selective
recall
Xueyi Li Chapter 3
Lindsey Buras Chapter 4
Five human differences that influence communication:
Sex and Gender
Sexual Orientation
Race and Ethnicity
Age
Social classes
Xueyi Li Chapter 4


Be aware of your personal perception barriers.

Be
mindful
of the behaviors that create a meaning for you.
To be mindful is
to be conscious of what you are doing, thinking, and sensing at any given moment.
The strongest relationships are those in which the
partners are willing both to share their perception and to be receptive
to the perception of the other.
Be mindful of your communication with others.


Stereotype:
To place a person or group of persons into an inflexible, all encompassing category.

Preconceived notions about what they expect
to find may keep people from seeing what’s before their eyes and ears..


Discrimination:
unfair of inappropriate treatment of people based on their group membership.

The story is largely based on inequality and prejudice.
A prime example is the way the people of the Capitol treat the people of the Districts, particularly people from the lowest Districts on the food chain.
While the Capitol is wealthier than all of the districts, some districts are more privileged than others.


Social Class:
The United States constitution declares that everyone is created equal but class difference do exist and they also exist even more dramatically in hunger games.
These Social classes affect communication patterns.
Virtually every organization group develops a hierarchy that makes status distinctions.
It is possible to change ones social class through education, employment, and income.

Emilce Flores Chapter 3
Impression formation theory
Primacy-recency
-Peeta says his romantic interest is Katniss...in return she gets furious

Interpersonal Perception-
Katniss did not think Effie Trinket to be the smartest person

Emilce Flores Chapter 4
Cultural Differences
High context culture
-the interaction between Katniss and Peeta when it was raining
Stereotype
-Katniss thought of Haymitch as just a drunk
Prejudice
-Katniss when to the cornucopia and almost died at the hands of Thresh
Forming Impressions
Impressions are a collection of perceptions
Impressions are based on our perceptions of physical qualities, behavior, what people tell us and what people tell us about others people.

Brittany P. Ch 3
Passive perception- unconsciously perceiving without any real thought
Active perception- Seeking out specific Information by intentionally observing and or questioning
Implicit personality theory- your set of beliefs and hypotheses about what people are like.
Chapter 3

-The Fundamental action error occurs when we think that a person's behavior is influenced by his or her actions and choices rather than by external causes
-Elondria Young
-The Casual Attribution Theory identifies three potential causes for any person's action: circumstance, a stimulus, or the person herself or himself. The circumstantial behavior means that you believe a person acts a certain way because the situation leaves no choice.
Chapter 4
-Cutural shock, is the feeling of stress and anxiety a person experiences when encountering a culture different from his or her own
- Empathy is an emotional reaction that is similar to the one being experienced by another person. You develop empathy as you draw your own experiences, your knowledge of other people, and what you know about the specific person you are interacting with.
-Elondria Young
Chapter 5
listening- process of selecting, attending to,creating meaning, remembering,and responding
Task-oriented listeners- focuses on the outcome and not the communication relationship
-Elondria Young
Chapter 6
Hate speech- offend people and/or their aspect of personality
Assertive- pursue one's interest without denying partner's rights
Elondria Young
Lindsey Buras Chapter 5
listening
- the process of selecting, attending to,creating meaning, remembering,and responding to verbal and non verbal messages.
compassionate listening
active listening
Lindsey Buras Chapter 6
linguistic determinism
- Theory that describes how use of language determines or influences thoughts and perceptions
Words Influence:
Thoughts
Actions
Culture
Relationships
Brittany P. Ch 5
Listening Styles
Relational -
Listening with feelings, empathic
Analytical-
Focusing on facts
Critical -
Evaluating and using logic and reasoning to reach a conclusion
Task Oriented-
Listening with intent on accomplishing a task
Brittany P. Ch 6
Verbal Communication
The Power of Words
Words create perceptions-
Words give you perceive the world by naming and labeling what you experience
.
Words influence thoughts-
Words have tremendous power to influence what we think about, just as our thinking influences the words we use.
Words influence actions-
Words not only influence your thoughts but also your actions because thoughts influenced by your words affect your behavior
Emilce Flores Chapter 5

Remembering
-Katniss and Peeta consuming the nightlock berries
Critical Listening Style
-Katniss and Gales talk about running away
Emilce Flores Chapter 6
Semantic Theory
-Whistling repetition by Mockingjays
Denotative and Connotative Meaning
-Love between Katniss and Peeta
Lindsey Buras Chapter 7
Lindsey Buras Chapter 8
kinesics
- Study of human
movement and gesture.
emblems
illustrators
affect display
regulators
adaptors

Three types of conflict:
Pseudoconflict
-people misunderstanding each other
Simple Conflict
-people disagree over which actions to achieve their goal
Ego Conflict
-people feel personally attacked
Brittany P. Ch 7
Nonverbal Communication
Elondria Young
Chapter 7
-A
ffect Display
- nonverbal behavior that communicates emotions

-
Expectancy violation theory
- Violation of expected communication
-Elondria Young
Brittany P. Ch 8
Conflict Management Skills
Chapter 8
-Interdependent
- actions that affect another person

-
Accommodation
- giving into the demands of ofthers

Elondria Young
Emilce Flores Chapter 7
Nonverbal Communication
Emblem
-Raising three fingers
Dimensions of meaning
Dominance cues
-President Snow thinks he is superior
Emilce Flores Chapter 8
Interpersonal Conflict
Expressed Struggle
-Katniss and Peeta Strengths
Interdependent
-Peeta and Katniss Depend on each other
Incompatible Goals
-want each other to win
Achieve goal
-winning the games
Conflict trigger
-saving Prim and surviving the games
Non Verbal communication- behavior other than written or spoken language that creates meaning.
A person's tone of voice, eye contact, facial expressions, posture, movement, general appearance, use of personal space, manipulation of the communication environment, and host of other nonverbal clues reveal how that person feels about others.
We relate to others by responding to their movements, eye contact, gestures sometimes by mirroring the posture or behavior of others, which is called interactional synchrony.
Interpersonal Conflict has four elements
Expressed struggle
Between at least two interdependent
Perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources, or interference from others
Who are attempting to achieve specific goals.
Different Perspectives
Myths
Lindsey Buras Chapter 9
Characteristics of Self- Disclosure:
Occurs in
small increments
Moves from less to
more personal information
Is reciprocal
Involves risk
and requires
trust
Reflects perceptions
about the nature of your relationships
Lindsey Buras Chapter 10
The Dark Side of interpersonal Communication and Relationships:
Deception
:
Deception by
Omission
Deception by
Commission
Brittany P. Ch 9
Understanding Interpersonal Relationships
Relationships of circumstance - Form simply because our lives overlap with others'
Chapter 9 Elondria Young

Chapter 9
-
Relationships of circumstance
-
relationships due to life circumstances

-Relationional Development
-Relationship stages towards or away from intimacy
-Elondria Young
Chapter 10
- Baldfaced Lie- falsicifcation of information intended to deceive listener

-Emotional or affected jealousy- negative feelings due to threat of relationship lost

-Elondria Young
Chapter 10
Elondria Young
-Source of Attraction
proximity - physical nearness to another that promotes communication and thus attraction.
Reciprocation- Liking those who like us
Event that signals a change in the way a relationship is defined.
Brittany P. Ch 10
Managing Relationship Challenges
Unwanted Attention- when a per


Jealousy

Forgiveness

Emilce Flores Chapter 9
complementary relationship
-between Katniss and Peeta
Social Exchange Theory
-Katniss's debt to Peeta
Emilce Flores Chapter 10
Implicit Understanding
-relationship between Katniss and Gale
Explicit Understanding
-relationship between Katniss/Peeta and Haymitch
Deception by omission
-Peeta does not tell Katniss about his love for her
Emilce Flores Chapter 11
Friendship
-formed by the careers
Intergenerational friendship
-between Haymitch and Katniss

Emilce Flores Chapter 12
Single-parent family
-Mrs. Everdeen and her daughter's Katniss and Prim
Horizontal Communication
-Haymitch and Effie working together
Lindsey Buras Chapter 11
Lindsey Buras Chapter 12
Some Qualities of Friendship:
Similarity

Helpful
Trust
Concern and empathy
Family-
self- defined unit made up of any people who live or have lived in a common space
Elondria Young
Chapter 11

-
Storge
- trust and caring love found in friendships/family

-
Unrequired Romantic Interest
- When one partner desires more intimacy than the other

Elondria Young
Chapter 12
-
Cohesion
- emotional bonding and togetherness that families experience
Elondria Young
Elondria Young
Brittany P. Ch 11
Friendship and Romance
Friendship is a relationship of choice.

Qualities of Friendship
Openess
Helping Behavior
Respect
Cuncerns & Empathy
Trust
Brittany P. Ch 12
Family and Workplace
Natural or Nuclear Family- Consists of a mother, a father and their biological children.

Single parent family- Divorce, unmarried parenthood, separation, desertion, and death create the single-parent family, a family with one parent and at least one child

Cohesion- emotional bonding and feelings of togetherness that families experience, ranging from excessively tight to disengaged.

Protective Families- Families with low conversation orientation and a high orientation toward conformity
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